We’ve got the house all decorated for the season and the weather is finally cooling off here so I’ve really been in the mood for some seasonal cocktail flavors like this Salted Caramel Pumpkin Bourbon Milkshake! Not only is it delicious but it’s super simple to make and the presentation is gorgeous. Whip up a couple for yourself and your significant other or serve them to guests and be ready for them to ask for the recipe.
Well summer might finally be coming to an end soon but it’s hotter now than it has been and I’m happy to be able to cool off with these Grapefuit Paloma Pops! It’s a great way to enjoy an adult beverage at the end of a particularly hot day or after outdoor chores.
I am in love with these Zip Zicle bags for making popsicles at home and I think they’re fabulous for adult beverage recipes like these Gin and Tonic Pops! It’s been a long hot summer already and we’ve got quite a ways left to go so refreshing frozen treats are in high demand around here and these are terrific for entertaining.
One of my friends at work had been telling me that I really had to try a Moscow Mule. She insisted it was her favorite drink and that I had to be sure and try one in a copper mug because it really brings out the flavor of the ginger beer. Well I’d never had ginger beer so it didn’t sound fabulous to me but then I tried one, now I have a new favorite drink!
Need a new twist for your favorite fire whiskey? Try these Cotton Candy Fire Shots, they’re delicious, simple and fun!
It’s that time of year – during the holiday season there seem to be lots of parties and opportunities for entertaining, and it’s a great time to try out some new cocktail ideas. Last year some of my girlfriends and I decided to change our usual annual Christmas cookie exchange party into a cocktail recipe exchange party and it has now become a new tradition. It’s lots of fun to have everyone bring the ingredients for their own favorite cocktail then we sample each others concoctions and exchange recipes.
This year I’m making this Twisted Raspberry Rum & Coke, it’s a fabulous twist on a classic cocktail and I can’t wait to share it with my friends.
- 4 ounces Coke
- 2 ounces white rum
- 6 fresh raspberries
- ice cubes
- Sprig of fresh mint (optional)
- In a glass add ice cubes
- Pour in Coke
- Add rum and raspberries.
- Stir. Garnish with mint if desired.
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